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With France joining the MCM program, the countries will once again be operating a common platform after all three previously operated Tripartite-class minesweepers.
All 12 modular mine countermeasure ships being procured for the Belgian and Dutch Navies will be named after port cities
The new mine countermeasures vessels that the navies of Belgium and the Netherlands are procuring will be equipped with Bofors 40 Mk4...
Belgium and Germany are looking to buy Raytheon-built Mk 54 lightweight torpedoes to boost their respective anti-submarine warfare capabilities, according to a...
France's ECA Group has selected the SKELDAR V-200 unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) as a system of choice for the fleet of 12...
The vessel will be owned by the Belgian State and operated and managed by RBINS and the Belgian Navy.
The Belgian-Dutch MCM fleet will employ 100 unmanned systems grouped in 10 toolboxes.
The system will be capable of deploying unmanned surface vessels weighing up to 18 tons in harsh conditions.